Definitions

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  • noun The cardinal number immediately following thirty-four and preceding thirty-six.

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  • adjective being five more than thirty

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I refer to the thirty-five years from 1946 to 1981.

    The Return

  • I refer to the thirty-five years from 1946 to 1981.

    The Return

  • I refer to the thirty-five years from 1946 to 1981.

    The Return

  • I refer to the thirty-five years from 1946 to 1981.

    The Return

  • Reverend Barbara, as she’s called, found her calling thirty-five years ago, at the age of forty.

    Black Pain

  • Reverend Barbara, as she’s called, found her calling thirty-five years ago, at the age of forty.

    Black Pain

  • Reverend Barbara, as she’s called, found her calling thirty-five years ago, at the age of forty.

    Black Pain

  • Reverend Barbara, as she’s called, found her calling thirty-five years ago, at the age of forty.

    Black Pain

  • We came out of the Democratic convention with a huge lead over Ford—one of the Gallup polls showed us up by thirty-five points—but by September the margin narrowed.

    The Good Fight

  • Humphrey was only thirty-five at the time, but he already had a grasp of the big national issues and an intellectual stature that made people take notice.

    The Good Fight

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